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Low Bp After Exercise
Abnormal blood pressure is a symptom in which a person's blood pressure is much higher or much lower than it should be for his age and body size. If either the systolic (upper number) pressure or the diastolic (lower number) pressure is not in the normal range, then the ...Read more
What is treatement for low BP that leads to giddness? I am suffering from last five days. Bp 95/55.I am doing regular exercise
How to lose wgt. 50yrs very low bp, arvd, not diabetic. Gaining 2lbs/wk can't lose. Exercise 3 - 4 days week. Eat veggies& fruits. How can I lose?
Sounds concerning: You could be gaining water weight....Please talk to your physician. ...Read more
Cardio exercise makes me feel anxious and jittery, I have anxiety and this supposed to help but it only makes it worse, have normal TSH & low bp?
Cardio exercises make me feel panicky, exercise is suppose to b good for anxiety but it makes mine worse, doc says I have low BP no heart issue, 37y?
Panicky exercise: Cardio exercises might make your hr rise mimicking a panicky feel, and may be secondary to not enough water intake. Try drinking 1 bottle of water prior to exercise and drink water during exercise. All in all cardio exercise should help lower anxiety. Did your doctor check thyroid tests? ...Read more
Taking Florinef (fludrocortisone) 100 mcg daily & high salt diet for POTS & low BP. How to control belly fluid retention I get since starting treatment? I exercise.
Can be seen: As at the end of exercise, the sympathetic nervous system that accounts for increased HR cuts back with the parasympathetic system "kicks in" to cause a rapid decrease in HR. This has been studied and is even more pronounced in trained athletes. ...Read more
It has been: Observed, immediately after exercise that your body's sympathetic nervous systems ("fight or flight system") rapidly shuts down and your parasympathetic systems ("rest and digest system") kicks in. When this happens, your heart rate can slow down significantly. This appears to be more pronounced in athlete's. ...Read more
After rest?: I assume you mean after you've cooled down from exercise (that is, it was fast during exercise and then slowed down). That's a healthy response called "recovery time". If you're slow during exercise, you have a problem, see your doctor. If you're slow after exercise, you're a seasoned athlete. ...Read more
I am experiencing low back pain and dizziness (better by: with fluids) (worsened by: changing head position, after exercise, hot weather, sitting. ..) When I have been laid down for a minute or two then stand I feel like I'm spinning yet I'm still.
26/f. After exercise felt jittery, light headed, and pins and needles in hands. Ate something and felt better. Just low blood sugar or something else?
Exercise effects: Exercise causes a number of changes a lot of those are mediated by increased hormone levels also the degree of response is based how regularly exercise all effects you talk of can be due to normal response as time goes on symptoms should diminish in intensity and duration I doubt you have underlying physical issues but a good physical before engaging in exercise routine is ideal. ...Read more
Are you lightheaded?: If you have no symptoms such as lightheadedness or fainting, then low blood pressure is not a problem. If you do have symptoms, a doctor can help you find out if this is a problem of the kidneys or adrenal glands or something else. In general, though, drinking more fluids will keep the blood pressure a bit higher. ...Read more
I am 53. Recently my BP recorded 130/100 is it alarming? I don't have any history of high or low BP.
A single point: I can definitely empathize with you that sometimes a single blood pressure reading can sometimes be alarming. This value, while elevated, is not alarming unless there you are having other symptoms. That said, however, it would definitely be in your best interest to follow up with your family doctor and get a full physical examination. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Low BP: Low BP without symptoms is not a problem in general. Acquired low bp is usually a blood volume problem but can be related to low peripheral vascular resistance from various drugs, some endocrine dysorders, fever and other conditions can cause low BP. Most often if no symptoms, its a normal variation. ...Read more
No: 'low blood pressure' is only a concern if you're actually in shock. Blood pressure need be only high enough to perfuse your body. Ignore anyone who tries to sell you this 'pop' diagnosis. If you have new-onset diabetes, this is serious and you need to get with a scientific physician to advise you on medication and lifestyle. ...Read more
Negatively: Your body requires a certain amount of blood pressure to get blood rapidly to your tissues, bathing them in nutrients necessary to keep up with their high demand during athletic activity. If your blood pressure is too low, then you might not be able to provide this to your tissues and you would feel weak, unable to perform. At the age of 21, low BP is more rare. ...Read more
To answer that, I: Would need to know what the actual BP is. BP's in children are often/almost always lower than the normal adult range. So, what you may be thinking is a "low BP, " may in fact be normal for a 6 year old. If the BP was low for a child, they would probably have symptoms, such as lightheadedness, weakness and wouldn't feel well. If you want more detail, please re-ask your question with the actual BP#. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. When your heart is not pumping adequately you can have hypervolemia and low blood pressure. Also when your blood vessels are inappropriately dilated, you can have hypervolemia and low blood pressure. The first case is possible with heart failure from ischemia, myocarditis, or other cardiomyopathies. The second with sepsis and nutritional deficiencies like beriberi. ...Read more
High BP/low BP: Yes it is possible if you are taking BP meds, your BP can get really low due to meds and need to be adjusted. ...Read more
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more